Our Role as Celebrants

Our Celebrants will be delighted to work with you to create, write and conduct a ceremony that reflects your own wishes, beliefs and values, whether that include faith-based, spiritual or non-religious ethos. All words, music, readings and rituals will chosen entirely by you.

Our role varies depending on the family. Most families request that we write their ceremony entirely on their behalf. Some know exactly what they are looking for and wish to write their ceremony themselves. Others might have some ideas but aren’t sure how to structure the ceremony and ask for our help in bringing their ideas together. We are happy to adapt our role to whatever suits your needs and wishes. 

Prior to your ceremony, we are happy to meet with you several times either in person or, if you are further afield, by phone/online. We provide you with examples of ceremonies, options and ideas to help give you inspiration as to what you would like to include in your own unique ceremony.

A traditional Scottish Quaich Ceremony conducted by Agnostic Scotland Wedding Celebrant, Onie Tibbitt, in Edinburgh.

On the day itself, we are sometimes asked to be there before and after the ceremony to help ensure the fluidity of the day. Other times, we are simply requested to hold the space and conduct the ceremony. It is our policy for our celebrants to only conduct one ceremony each day, to ensure that we can give each family our full attention. 

We take great pride in creating thoughtful touches to make your ceremony beautiful. For Weddings & Naming Ceremonies, we create sweet keepsake cards for you as a lasting memory of your day.

At Agnostic Scotland our Wedding Celebrants take great pride in creating thoughtful touches to make your Wedding Ceremony beautiful.

We look forward to being in touch with you.